|do NOT let your dog ride in your car this way|
Lemon did turn on the charm and mischief at the store with a very young boy (she was gentle but did put her front paws on him; he had a dog and wasn't scared) as well as several others. No adopters though.
Excuse me - I had to facilitate Walter's getting his spot on the couch...talk about mischief; he was bawling and that was all he wanted...:).
Sunday afternoon, Peanut, tail wagging and moving like a young dog, among others went walking with three new volunteers; two were here last week and a young sister came along, too; she was instantly loved by all the small and medium dogs as she held and petted each one. Danny Quinn, my blue eyed Dachshund, went for a walk - well, a partial walk - he keeled over half way through and "had" to be carried back; little mischief maker.
Still hanging in there, eating a lot...will take a while for any change to show up. I am very grateful to Jen of the Elka Almanac who shared an IVDD blog with me; it has tons of answers and questions for me to ask. As you can see, I rarely need a blanket anymore!
And here is Ava, adoptable Beagle, demonstrating our lovely new "Adopt Me" bandanas from Doggie-Duds, who donated several sizes to us. Ava is learning to like the crate because, ahem, she counter-surfs where I would not expect a small, 13" Beagle to be able to reach! Another mischief maker....uff da. We've had enough mischief this week to last a long time :)!
|Ava as model - "Adopt Me"|